Benvenuti a Italia mia, welcome to my Italy!
Italy has a lot to offer, from fantastic food and wine to fashion and cars, to breathtaking landscapes and unforgettable art experiences in world-famous cities like Florence, Venice, and Rome.
This is a small guide to Italy and its vast culture. Most pages are in English and designed to promote Italian culture around the world by suggesting links and resources as well as unique articles. You can also use the translation tool at the bottom right. We welcome your comments and suggestions.
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Flavours of Italy, cooking, painting, pilates and singles holidays in Italy
Over the years we have compiled an incredible list of suppliers and artisans. These range from chocolate makers to olive oil producers. Our chefs also know just what our travelers want and they provide it no matter what time of year clients book holidays.
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Would you like to attend an Italian language course?
If you have just arrived in Italy, you will probably have your own ideas about Italy and Italian culture. In fact, the first things many people think about Italy is pasta, pizza, Chianti wine, tomatoes and olive oil.
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In Italy, a Traditional Jewish Lifestyle is Disappearing
MILAN, Italy â When Ariel Toaff, the descendant of a prestigious rabbinic dynasty, was studying to become a rabbi, almost no one at his yeshiva wore a yarmulke. Even those few pupils who did cover their heads during classes, took hats and yarmulkes off ...
Sister of fugitive mobster is arrested in Italy
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A picture released Friday, Dec. 12, 2013, by the Italian Police, showing Patrizia Messina Denaro. Police have arrested the sister of Italy's No. 1 Cosa Nostra fugitive in pre-dawn sweep in western Sicily that investigators say brought them closer than ...
Relatives of Sicilian Mafia's 'boss of bosses' arrested in massive Italy crime ...
Mafia death threat shows Italy still haunted by 1992 murders